Citizen Slave, Understanding Law and Liberty, by author Robert Hart, is a treatise that describes, with acute acuracy, what freedom, liberty and justice really means, how the American people have been tricked out of their sovereignty by stealthy legal illusions, and how people can repair America by regaining control of their individual unalienable rights.
Citizen Slave explains the problem in detail, how they evolved, how they became eroneously accepted by the people, what legal illusions and realities are, and what the American people can do to save their individual sovereignty and country, thereby creating a totally free and prosperous society with safe guards that can never be corrupted again
Sprinkled liberally throughout this book are quotes from numerous well-known personages from history which remind us of ummutable principles that have been forgotten and overlooked in our fast pace modern world.
Citizen Slave puts together the pieces of the puzzle for understanding the long forgotten common sense principles of creating justice, and why governments and societies either succeed or fail. Without these irganized foundational principles, like a boat without a rudder, societies and governments will waffle in the uncertain tides of confusion and injustice that has been the downfall of every great society.
This book is a "must read" for all people young and old, lay people and profesisonals, students, and professors alike. Understanding the principles expounded in Citizen Slave are as important to the freedoms, liberties and justice of people, as reading, writing and math are to functioning in the modern world. Citizen Slave is a simple roadmap for catapulting society into the next step of human evolution.
Most people believe that if the government passes a law that somehow that law pertains to them. If you understand due process you know that everything is by consent. People are only subject to the rules of common law (maxims of law) which is that no one has the right to damage another without a lawful cause. Tyrants since the beginning of time have fooled people through force that the people must do what the king says because the king said so.